During their stay in Krakow, 11 participants combined individual shooting with attending Patrick Zachmann’s lectures on his own work and photography, problems regarding the shooting process, and portfolio reviews with critical comments.
A short video made during the documentary photography workshop with Magnum photographer Patrick Zachmann, which we held in Krakow, Poland in May 2014.
As a partner of EASTREET 2 – a second edition of an international exhibition of photography from Eastern Europe (2014) – we invite all photographers to submit their works.
Eastreet it’s the first initiative of this kind and scale. Within less than two months of the open call we received more than 4.000 photographs sent by photographers from around the world.
The final selection of images for the exhibition of street photography from Eastern Europe has been made. They have been picked out from nearly 4500 works submitted within the Open Call from all around the world.
As a partner to EASTREET – an exhibition of street photography from Eastern Europe (2013) – we invite all photographers to submit their works to the Open Call.
Eleven days in the field, fifteen hundred kilometers driven, dozens of people met and thousands of photographs taken – this is the statistics of our latest trip to Southeast Poland with our student.
When it comes to photography, the first thing I remember is being annually forced to watch some “old boring pictures” during the slide-shows that my granddad organized (…)
“I am doing this to understand the country where I live, to meet wonderful people and in a way to explore myself. To me, it’s an amateurism in its most noble sense” – says photographer Gregory Michenaud in an interview by Grzegorz Ostrega.
Fixed on the subjects of personal identity, memories and time in all his works, in this case Karol explores them through ancestral kinship, familial relations and age differences between generations (…)
“There is no such a thing as objectivity. Neither in photography nor in journalism. In order to be a good story teller, one has to have it’s own stand. A strong one.” – says Aleksander Bochenek, a photographer and workshopx co-founder in an interviewed by Simone Kussatz.